Manucho finally granted work permit. could this be the end of saha??????

August 23, 2008 11:57am CST
United's angolan striker had to loaned out to other clubs outside england as he was not granted a work permit. the news as confirmed by skysports raises hopes of a good start to the season for united though he seems to broken a metatarsal. manucho may not be able to for united till september due to injury but his arrival could mean end of saha's stay at old trafford. any views on this anyone?
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@nickventere (1424)
• Zambia
7 Sep 08
I should have seen this post before the events took place. Anyhow, though it has been overtaken by events, I think Saha had to move especially with the introduction of Dimitar Berbatov on the scene. It is sad that the French lad was dogged by injuries prior to that but I think he will regain his form and be able to play as well at his new club. I will still love to watch him.
@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
23 Aug 08
So that's why I've never seen him play for United!!! I've seen him play at the African Nations Cup in Ghana, and he seemed pretty good, I was really looking forward to seeing him play, and then I've had no news about him... I don't know if it's the end of Saha... it depends on how well they both play.
@winzpc (2356)
• Indonesia
23 Aug 08
I don't know who is manucho. But I think he is a good striker, if don't why man.utd want to bought him. I think saha must improve and work more hard to get the first team in man.utd squad. He is a good striker but not very lucky because he got too much injury in his career. He still have a chance because man.utd experience striker is only two, ronney and tevez. He just need to show his skill and play consistently in every match.